Friday, April 1, 2011

Daily Thoughts 4/1/2011 (The Wise Man's Fear)

gelehrter beim Studium, deutsch, 18. Jh., Öl auf Leinwand, ca. 24 x 18 cm
8th century

Daily Thoughts 4/1/2011

I read some more of The Wise Man's Fear this morning.  The main character is learning a martial art called Ketan which is interesting.

I checked the displays, put in some more surveys, and checked the gift books today.  It has been another quiet, steady day.  We have totals for all of March for the survey.

Three more books came in for me to read, Metatropolis edited by John Scalzi, The Desert of Souls by Howard Andrew Jones, The Executioness by Tobias Buckell.  I thought The Executioness was a double novel, but it isn't.

I also have been thinking abou the supplies that will be needed for the adult summer reading program.  We'll probably have an end of summer raffle with a gift basket.

I am planning on taking Streaming Video in the Library: Trends and Best Practices—One Year Later which is a webinar available on April 19 from 12-1 p.m. through Library Journal

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